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Offline Birdhunter

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Sliding Breadboard Attempt #2
« on: September 11, 2017, 04:49 PM »
This is just too Hard!!!

I tried to post this set of pictures early with poor results.

I wanted to attach a breadboard end to the side of a 33" high headboard and allow for seasonal wood movement.

Here's what I came up with.

I made a wide tenon out of maple and, using a simple jig, I cut a 10mm slot.

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I cut an 8mm mortise 40mm deep and about 8mm wider than the tenon in the end of the headboard. I cut an intersecting 10mm slot next.

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The wide tenon slides into the 8mm mortise and a 10mm tenon locks it into place. The 10mm tenon will be cut flush later.

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The other end of the wide tenon is attached to the breadboard end.

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The breadboard end is free to slide with wood movement.

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« Last Edit: September 11, 2017, 05:00 PM by Birdhunter »
Birdhunter

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